Sheriff Hutton Castle, aquired by Sir Arthur Ingram

Sheriff Hutton Castle is a quadrangular castle in the village of Sheriff Hutton, North Yorkshire, England.

Sheriff Hutton Campsite | Explore North Yorkshire from Sheriff Hutton Campsite - The Camping & Caravanning Club

Sheriff Hutton Campsite | Explore North Yorkshire from Sheriff Hutton Campsite - The Camping & Caravanning Club

Edward of Middleham, the only legitimate son of King Richard III, is thought to be buried in a small parish church in Sheriff Hutton. So should…

Edward of Middleham, the only legitimate son of King Richard III, is thought to be buried in a small parish church in Sheriff Hutton.

Sheriff Hutton Castle | Yorkshire | Castles, Forts and Battles

Sheriff Hutton Castle | Yorkshire | Castles, Forts and Battles

Remains of Sheriff Hutton Castle

Sheriff Hutton Castle is a century stone quadrangular fortress, founded by Lord John Nevill, of Raby. In King Richard II granted John a licence to enclose with a wall of stone and lime and crenellate, a plot in his own ground.

The ruins of Sheriff Hutton Castle in North Yorkshire, England, where Henry VIII’s illegitimate son Henry FitzRoy was raised.

The ruins of Sheriff Hutton Castle in North Yorkshire, England, where Henry VIII’s illegitimate son Henry FitzRoy was raised.

Sheriff Hutton Castle

This unique and historical estate includes the magnificent and brooding ruins of Grade II listed Sheriff Hutton Castle plus a Warden’s House and cottage.

Queen Anne Neville died at Westminster on 16th March 1485 at the age of around 28, probably of tuberculosis. An eclipse on the day she died ...

EDWARD OF MIDDLEHAM: Prince of Wales, KG and Earl of Chester, Duke of Cornwall, Earl of Salisbury. 'The only child of King Richard III of England and his Queen Consort, Anne Neville. He was Richard's only legitimate child and died aged ✫ღ⊰n

Sheriff Hutton Castle

Sheriff Hutton Castle

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Cenotaph at Sheriff-Hutton Church:  originally thought to be for Edward of Middleham, Prince of Wales, the only son of Richard III and Anne Neville, who died in 1484.   "On hearing the news of this, at Nottingham, where they were then residing, you might have seen his father and mother in a state almost bordering on madness, by reason of their sudden grief". - Croyland Chronicle

Edward, Prince of Wales, was the only child of Richard III and his queen consort, Anne Neville. He was Richard's only legitimate child and died aged

Sheriff Hutton, St Helen and the Holy Cross

Sheriff Hutton, St Helen and the Holy Cross

St Helen and the Holy Cross, Sheriff Hutton, North Yorkshire, inside, amongst other things, a carved alabaster tomb that may contain Richard III’s son, Edward, , who died at the age of eleven at Middleham, North Yorkshire....

St Helen and the Holy Cross, Sheriff Hutton, North Yorkshire, inside, amongst other things, a carved alabaster tomb that may contain Richard III’s son, Edward, , who died at the age of eleven at Middleham, North Yorkshire....

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